It’s been awhile since I shared a recipe, but I found one this week that every member of my family loved…and it wasn’t a carb-fest or full of cheese!
I know. I am just as shocked as you are.
And here is the most shocking thing…it’s fish.
Yup. ALL four of us LOVED this meal.
It’s SUPER easy, it’s a great summer grill meal, and it’s pretty healthy!
And it’s a POUCH. Of FISH!
I actually have no idea why I find fish so funny, so let’s just get to the recipe before I embarrass myself, m’kay?
Grilled Fish & Veggie Packets
- 1/2 cup loosely packed fresh Basil leaves (divided)
- 1 Zucchini (thinly sliced)
- 1lb Halibut Fish (cut crosswise into four pieces (I used Tilapia))
- 1 cup cherry tomatoes (halved)
- 1/4 cup Italian Dressing
|heat the grill to medium heat|
|reserve 1/4 of the basil leaves and cut the remaining basil leaves into thin slices.|
|place zucchini on the centers of four large sheets of tin foil and top with fish, tomatoes, and sliced basil.|
|drizzle each with Italian dressing.|
|fold to make four packets.|
|grill for 10-15 minutes or until fish flakes easily with a fork.|
|carefully open packets and top fish with reserved basil leaves.|
I was going to serve it with brown rice, but then I forgot to make it, so we had
unhealthy dinner rolls.
This dinner was a HUGE hit. Charlie and Eddie both ate everything but the tomatoes with Eddie even declaring, “Mmmm! Zucchini is pretty good!”
A three-year old announcing the “pretty goodness” of zucchini and not fighting at all about eating the fish?
What do you like to grill? We need more ideas than just hot dogs and fish pouches.
*I found this recipe in my Kraft Food & Family magazine.